Job location: Malmö, Sweden
Salary: 9000 - 17 000 PLN net B2B
+ 9 000 pln net (business expenses, travel and accommodation costs refund during stay in Sweden)
Contract duration: at least 12 months
Availability: we're in hurry, but we may wait a bit
Contract will be signed with Polish company
We offer:Work in international high-skilled developers team.
Work with cutting-edge technologies, tools and QA method
Possibility to take part in creation of modern solutions and products for gambling industry
Work in an Agile team with possibility to impact in the development process and work closely with both internal and external development teams.
Employee benefits package
Wymagania i obowiązki
Work in a high performance team to develop casino backend systems built in Ruby / Ruby on Rails
Integrate with 3rd party suppliers, such as gaming suppliers and other related systems
Participate in the design, analysis, development and quality assurance of the entire system
Maintain the Ruby on Rails code, perform upgrades, patches, code releases and changes in the database
Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability
Collaborate with other team members, typically interactions designers and front-end developers, as well as stakeholders
Require skills and previous experience:
2+ years ofindustry work experience in back-end Ruby and RoR development
Good understanding of TDD/BDD and it's benefits to be able to code with and without it while keeping the code quality high
Good understanding of GIT code versioning tool
Experience inworking with SQL (Postgress)
Experience of Agile methodologies and teamwork
Good English communication skills
Experience in other front-end technologies HTML5, and CSS3
Experience in Server Installation
Informacje o rekrutacji
Send us your CV in English at the following address: [email protected]
We will contact you to talk about the position.
Please, do not forget to add to your CV :
"I hereby give consent for my personal data included in my application to be processed for thepurposes of the recruitment process under the Personal Data Protection Act as of 29 August 1997, consolidated text: Journal of Laws 2002, item 1182 as amended."